Crude Oil Price Technical Analysis
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Crude Oil Price Technical Analysis
The WTI Crude oil market had a positive session on Monday, confirming that the $93.00 level was in fact going to offer support. As you look at this chart, you can see that this area has been supportive in the past, so it makes sense that it returns to be now.
The WTI Crude market fell during the session on Friday as the Non-Farm Payroll numbers came out of America at half of what was expected. However, you can see that the $92.00 level offered enough support to make this market bounce and form a hammer.
The WTI Crude oil market fell during the session on Thursday as the inventory numbers in the United States remain elevated. Also of concern would be the overall health of the global economy, which appears to be stalling in several different places.
The WTI Crude market came completely undone during the Wednesday session as inventory numbers in the United States came out much larger than anticipated. Because of this, it looks like the market has been caught off-guard, and we fell immediately down towards the $94.00 level.
The WTI Crude Oil market had a back and forth session during the Tuesday trading hours, but as you can see ended up basically unchanged. With that in mind, I look at this chart and see that we indeed have a lot of bullish pressure underneath.
The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell rather significantly during the session on Monday, but you can see that the area around the $96.00 level did in fact caused enough support to bounce this market back above the $97.00 level and form a hammer in the process.
The WTI Crude market initially fell during the session on Thursday, but as you can see we bounced from the lows of the session just above the $96.00 level, and closed at the $97.25 level to form a hammer like candle.
WTI price is interesting today because yesterday managed to close right in the middle of the "noise" going all the way up to the $98.00 level.
The WTI Crude market had a strong showing during the session on Tuesday, as the "risk on" trade came back into play. The candle close towards the very top of the range, and as a result it does look like we're going to continue to grind higher in this market.
The WTI Crude market had a strong showing during the Monday session, and had at one point attempted to take on the $96.00 level. That area is the beginning of a significant cluster, which of course I think will cause a bit of resistance.
The WTI Crude market had a positive showing on Friday, as we rose above the $93.00 level, and almost reach the $94.00 level. The area that we are currently trading in has been rather consolidative, and as a result the market has been very tight.
The WTI Crude market fell during the Thursday session, crashing into the $92.00 handle. What's interesting about this spot is that it's the top of the gap that had formed a couple of weeks ago. This means that it should, in theory at least, offer a bit of support.
The WTI market had a decent showing on Wednesday as the $93.00 level continued to offer a bit of support. However, I truly believe that this market is more or less going to be range bound through most of the summer, and I am assuming that the range is being formed as we speak.
The WTI Crude markets had a very rough day on Tuesday, as the "risk off" trade came into play around the world. Because of this, the oil markets sold off rather drastically. This was true in all oil markets, not just the WTI crude market.
The WTI Crude market initially fell during the session on Monday, as the markets were rocked by the situation in Cypriot banking. As the day unfolded, it became more and more apparent that it wasn't Armageddon, and as a result risk assets were bought back up.